The Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccination has already get delivered to many North Texas counties. Three thousand of the children's pills got delivered to Dallas County Health and Human Services. School nurses get taught on the new dose draw, according to Judge Clay Jenkins. Some children received their first shot on Wednesday.
Some Dallas County students, ages 5 to 11, were among the first in North Texas to receive the newly licensed Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination in a kids-sized dose.
With relieved parents nearby, the first dosage got given at the Dallas County Health and Human Services Stemmons Immunization Clinic. "It was straightforward, and it will be effective. We're relieved that he'll get safeguarded soon, "Matthew Good, a dad, stated.
"Our entire family will be vaccinated, which gives me comfort. We'll be able to perform more enjoyable activities, "Emily Cabral, a mom, stated. Finn Good, a fourth-grader, will be able to visit Disney World for the first time.
"We'll be able to fly places instead of having to drive all over the place later, like in the springtime," he remarked. The state's health administration has asked the CDC to send 1.3 million doses of Pfizer's pediatric vaccination to over 900 clinicians across the state.
Many youngsters in Dallas County will be able to acquire immunization at school. "You may sign a permission form with a DISD nurse to give your child a shot just like you would for a field trip," Jenkins added. Dr. Erin Carlson says, "I think that's a game-changer in several ways."